from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Containing bubbles.
- adj. Makes a hissing sound.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The black scoter, a duck, Œdemia americana.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. hissing and bubbling
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And good to know we Texans aren't alone in what we call our fizzy, sweetened drinks.
We should stop them calling their fizzy yellow liquid "beer".
My carbonated (or most frequently labelled "fizzy") water of choice is the traditional San Pelligrino, or the Clearly Canadian Blackberry flavoured version.
Also, Linda, you must consider that fine champagne is never particularly 'fizzy', the better the vintage, the finer, and fewer, the bubbles.
The firm sends its goods in bright orange boxes and throws in retro-style sweets such as fizzy cola bottles or parma violets to give the customer a surprise treat.
The Grande Punto T-Jet is a car I'd easily recommend to a friend looking for "fizzy" performance and a comprehensive spec list at a reasonable price.
Fiat calls the 88kW / 206Nm turbo "fizzy" and I'm with them on that.
They will then purchase relatively cheap "fizzy" components (or the like), blend them in and just about meet the requirements for sale for EN590 or EN228 as required by law.
He couldn't stand up to the physical nature of the Premiership, heaven help him in the "fizzy".
It's always been "fizzy" or "soft drink" to me, quite common in Tasmania.